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EtymologyEdit

Unknown. Possibly from French à tout à l'heure (see you soon) or from toot. [1]

InterjectionEdit

toodeloo

  1. (Britain, dated) goodbye, farewell, see you soon

Usage notesEdit

Dated and very rarely used in North America. Although likely to be understood, it is likely to be considered humorous, and may be used in a parody of British English speakers. (This is also true in modern British English usage.)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Quinion, Michael (2011-12-17), “toodle-pip”, in World Wide Words[1], retrieved 2013-10-08

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